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Uttarakhand is home to numerous mesmerizing hill stations, tourist spots, and pilgrim sites that are bound to charm you and leave you craving for more. Nainital, situated at the foothills of the Kumaon range, is one such charming hill station. Rishikesh, another major tourist spot in Uttarakhand is famous for ancient temples, adventure activities and is also a pilgrim town. Mussorie, also known as the 'Queen of Hills' is another famous tourist spot. Want to witness nature and wildlife at their best? Then, Jim Corbett National Park is the answer. The oldest National Park is known for being home to the endangered Bengal Tiger. Dehradun, Haridwar and Chopta are some other major tourist spots in Dehradun. Uttarakhand is like a heaven for pilgrims, since four of the holiest pilgrimage sites are sheltered here. The Char Dham comprising of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri is a famous pilgrim circuit, where millions of devotees visit with the belief that Nirvana can be attained on completing the Char Dham pilgrim circuit. The Char Dham pilgrimage requires a lot of stamina, thus it is advised that you plan your Uttarakhand tour package wisely, to make the most out of it.

2N Mussoorie | 2N Corbett | 2N Nainital
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  • Uttarakhand

    Unique is this "Devbhumi-Land of Gods" which is named Uttarakhand. Unparalleled in its beauty, untouched by capitalism, and undiscovered for most parts, Uttarakhand is one of the most famous tourist destinations of India. The origin of Ganga and Yamuna- two of the holiest rivers for Hindus, and housing the Char Dham, four of the most sacred pilgrim sites as believed by Hindu mythologies, Uttarakhand is true "Devbhumi".

    The state of Uttarakhand is unparalleled in its scenic beauty and spirituality. Nestled in the laps of the Himalayas, Uttarakhand has tonnes of beautiful landscapes to offer to its tourists. From hilly terrains to low-lying cities, religion and spirituality to natural beauty, intricate architecture to rich wildlife, colorful festivals to traditional arts, Uttarakhand has it all. A lot of Uttarakhand tour packages offer Uttarakhand tour plans that assure to cover every nook and corner of the state. But before you start making your long-awaited Uttarakhand tour plan, let’s first delve into some more interesting facts about this beautiful and holy state.

  • Tourist places in Uttarakhand

  • Day 1 - Dehradun airport – Mussoorie

    Pick up from airport and drive towards Mussoorie en-route visit Deer Malsi Park, Mussoorie Lake, reach and check in hotel overnight stay. Mussoorie.

  • Day 2 - Mussoorie local sightseeing

    After breakfast full day local sightseeing like Kempty fall, Company Garden, Library Chowk, Bhatta fall, and evening enjoy at Mall road, Gun Hill (by rope way own payment), Camel Back road. Overnight stay Mussoorie.

  • Day 3 - Mussoorie – Jim Corbett

    After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive towards Jim Corbett, reach and check in hotel. Overnight stay. Jim Corbett. 

  • Day 4 - Jim Corbett local sightseeing

    After breakfast visit Enjoy a Wild life Safari by Jeep on sharing basis (Payment can be made directly/we can pre-book if you advice), Evening time is spent at leisure or walk around the resort/hotel visit

    Corbett National Park is an ideal place for nature lovers.  Today you are going in thrill area as this place is famous for Wild Life. It was launched in 1973, is regarded as India's Finest National Park with Its major residents being the Tiger, The Indian Elephant and the Leopard. & overnight stay.

  • Day 5 - Jim Corbett – Nainital

    After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive towards Nainital enroute visit Corbett Museum, later drive to Nainital. Reach and check in hotel, overnight stay Nainital. 

  • Day 6 - Nainital local sightseeing

    Morning after a filling delicious breakfast proceed sightseeing of lake tour, NaukuchiaTal, Bhimtal, Sattal lake after sightseeing back to hotel & overnight stay Nainital

  • Day 7 - Nainital – Dehradun airport

    After breakfast check out from the hotel and drop to Dehradun airport at the time of flight board.


            • Transport from Ex Dehradun all vehicle are NON AC in hills areas. 
            • Toll tax and parking
            • Driver Allowance
            • Accommodation for total 6 Nights
            • Daily Breakfast and Dinner at hotels only


              • Air fare / train fare
              • Expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, liquor etc.
              • Any except in inclusions
              • Porterage during trekking
              • Entrance fees during sightseeing
              • Travel Insurance
              • Expense incurred due to bad weather condition, road closes, landslides etc.  
              • GST will be Extra 

              How to reach Uttarakhand?

              Uttarakhand can be reached by all modes of travel. A well-developed network of roads passes through this state, making inter and intra-state travel easier. Buses, taxis, and jeeps are available frequently, making your tour more comfortable. Railways are the most convenient and cheapest way to reach Uttarakhand. The state has as many as 16 railway stations that connect to all the major parts of the country. 3 Airports connect the state to the rest of the country. Jolly Grant Airport is the most well-connected airport with regular flights.

              What are some of the interesting facts about Uttarakhand?

              ·        The only state with the second official language being Sanskrit is Uttarakhand.

              ·        Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath, and Kedarnath, the Char Dham circuit, is based in Uttarakhand.

              ·        Have you heard of the Chipko Movement? Yes, the movement where people hugged trees to stop woodcutters from cutting them. Mandal in Uttarakhand was the village where this movement took place.

              ·        Did You know about the 'Yoga Capital of India'? Its Rishikesh.

              ·        Another interesting fact about Rishikesh is that the Beatles, the famous boy band of the 90s, visited the Ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, here. Later, the Ashram was renamed Beatles Ashram.

              ·        Jim Corbett National Park located in Uttarakhand is the oldest national park in India.

              When is the best time to visit Uttarakhand?

              Although Uttarakhand welcomes its visitors with warmth during every season, it is advisable to avoid visiting the state during monsoons, since the weather becomes damp and prone to landslides. With winter, comes snow that clads the landscape in white, bringing out the beauty of the state. Summers in Uttarakhand is probably the best time to visit here since nature and wildlife are in full bloom during this season. Adventures are also greatly enjoyed during summers, and all the tourist spots are open for visitors.

              What are some 'must-knows' before visiting Uttarakhand?

              ·        Choosing the right time for your Uttarakhand tour package is very necessary. October-June is the peak tourist season in the state.

              ·        ID proofs must be carried at all times.

              ·        Reading about the state's policy about the wildlife, eco-tourism, pilgrim sites, and interaction with local tribes, is important before planning a Uttarakhand tour.

              ·        High-altitude areas can cause motion sickness or breathing problems, thus, it is advised to carry necessary medicines to enjoy a comfortable tour.

              ·        Due to the present Pandemic situation, carrying a negative RT-PCR test report and Vaccine certificates is compulsory while visiting Uttarakhand.

              What are the festivals celebrated in Uttarakhand?

              Uttarakhand celebrates a wide range of festivals. Kumbh Mela is the biggest and the most popular festival of the state. Basant Panchami is a significant festival, celebrating the end of winter and the arrival of a new season. Makar Sankranti, Phool Dei, Ganga Dusshera are some other major festivals celebrated here with a great deal of enthusiasm and zeal. Other than these unique varieties of festivals, Uttarakhand also celebrates festivals, like Holi and Diwali that are celebrated in other parts of the country.